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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 2, No. 4, April 1951
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Transcript HE OUTHERN Sec. 34.66 P.L.&R. U. S. POSTAGE PAID Permit No. 1665 Fort Worth, Texas /VATIVE -To plead for o return of Constito ;rnment-tlol. 2 Fort Worth, Texas, April, 1951 No.4 THE UNITED NATIONS IS WORLD HEADQUARTERS FOR SOCIALISM AND A SOU-NDING BOARD FOR THE POL IT I CAL PHILOSOPHY OF KARl MARX Americans. Are Given A -Flash-Back To The T octics of Ancient Kings . OBJECTIVE IS NOT PEACE BUT THE DEMOBILIZATION OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT AND ITS ABSORPTION BY A STRONGER STATE Periander, a Corinthian despot~"--------------- whose p~ople :were in constant rebel- THE MORNING AFTER llon agamst h1s tyranny, called on a 11eighboring King one day to find out THE NIGHT BEFORE how he kept his subjects in a condition of abject servitude. In reply, the King took him out into 1 wheat field and, with his sword, cut off every head of grain that raised itself above the rest. Periander got the point and on re­turning home, he immediately be~ headed every man in his kingdom whose brains, integrit:v and character caused him to tower above his fellow men. · When the searchlight of time throws Its brilliant rays across the pages of is ory, it will reveal that another weak leader of a corrupt and tottering regime in the year of our Lord 1951, employed the same tactics to put down · opposition, using hie; Constitutional power, instead of a sword, to decapi­tate a man who towered above him. In the interests Of accuracy it should be recorded that this· modern despot was pt.Irsuing the only course with which he is familiar in dealing with an opponent and that is to "rub him ~ut" in keeping with the tradition of the underworld political forces by which he was trained. · One of the penalties which a great man must forever pay is that he in­curs the envy, ill-will and condemna­tion of lesser beings and Douglas Mac­~ rthur has paid this penalty in the fullest measure. All through World War II, he was the object of Roosevelt's jealousy and the target of v i c i o u s and well-organized prooap~_nda w h i c h permeated every branch of the Armed Services, but the overall result was that his stature continued to grow, not Only as the greatest military man of the century but as an American cit­b: en with a full understanding of, and unswerving devotion to, the under­lying and fundamental principles of ~he government in the country of his b1rth. In three wars he escaped the bullets 9f foreign foes on the field of battle but was finally mowed down by the Jllalice, envy and resentment which bad found lodgment in the heart and mind of a small man with excessive power. In the meantime, the outstanding in~ The sad part about the suggestion of Senator -Joe McCarthy concerning "bourbon and benedictine, is that, if it was true, there was no re-considera­tion on "the morning after" when the cold, bright light of day had restored reason and cleared the cobwebs away, as has happened in some other in­stances in history. We are thinking now of a Macedon­ian King named Philip who once tried a case while drowsy with wine. When sentence uf death was pro­nounced, the prisoner expressed his intention of appealing the verdict, even though Philip's word was . the supreme law of the ·land. ''And to whom,, pray, will you .ap­peal?" the astomshed monarch in­quired. "I will appeal, sir, from Philip drunk to Philip sober'' the prisoner quietly replied and the justice of his position so impressed the ruler that he later called a re-hearing and re­versed his ruling. Verdict of Death For Treason Is Surprise The verdict rendered by the Fed­eral judge in which he pronounced the death sentence on a man and wife who were foun·d guilty of betraying atomic secrets to the Russians, was somewhat of a surprise to us, as it no doubt was to many others. In view of the attitude of high government officials in recent years toward those who have betrayed this government into the hands of its enemies, we had gotten the impression that treason was no longer a crime but was regarded as merely a mis­demeanor. However, they are not hanged yet and there is still the Supreme Court. congruity of the ages and the chief indictment of our current civilization will continue to lie in a situation in which a man like Truman has the authority to fire a man like Mac­Arthur. The United States is the only country in the world where the Free Enterprise System still prevails. By the same token, it is the only country left which is able to supply ba.ckward nations with the necessities of life and furnish them with the facilities for waging war. And even as we feed, clothe and supply munitions to the dirty bums, most of them are doing their leve1 best to destroy the one sound and stable form of government which remains on the face of the earth. Two wars have been fought to establish and preserve the American ·Republic. The Revolutionary War was waged to repel English domination and set up a free and independent nation and the Civil War to defend the prin~ ciple of States Rights on which our country was founded. But the biggest battle of all and one whose magnitude overshadows these earlier conflicts, is now being fought for the purpose of destroying us and forcing the surrender of our sovereignty, dignity and prestige in return for the privilege of becoming a vassal State in a world government. This fight is being carried on in the United Nations most of whose members seek the demobilization of our national wealth and the levelling of our prestige down to their own low estate. And with the amazing lack of consideration for our own welfare which ~-------' has come to be the accepted policy of our leaders, we are furnishing almost forty per. cent of the funds to finance the body which seeks our final destruction as a separate entity among nations and our absorption by a stronger State. It seems to us that the time has just about arrived when Americans should take note of the fact that we have drifted so far to the left that we are now part of an international body set up largely by Alger Hiss and his ilk which is nothing more than world headquarters for Socialism and a sounding board for alien theories of government which bear no faint re~ semblance to the principles on which steadfast American patriots set up what they conceived to be a free and enduring Republic. And if that dismal picture is not enough to shatter the complacency of an indifferent citizenship, they might consider that our membership and · participation in this alien body means that we have reached the in~ congruous position where the enemies with whom we are at war have a voice in directing the movement of our troops, as in the stopping of our forces at the 38th parallel. If that makes sense, we think it is time to concede that we have been taken over by the forces we are presumed to be fighting and that there is no use in sacrificing the lives of any more American boys. There were those who thought in the beginning that the United Nations was set up as an instrument for insuring peace and unity and if that had been its real objective, no one-could have objected so long as they stayed within that scope of activity. But the ink was hardly dry on the call for the San Francisco meeting until that mysterious, unseen world force which seems to be directing the destiny and shaping the objectives of various governments and their citizens toward one common end, stepped in and showed their hand through the tragi-comic instrument known as the Declaration of Human Rights. At this point and later when these same forces decreed that the time~ honored American custom of opening all public assemblies with a prayer, would be outlawed out of respect to Atheistic Russia and other anti-Christian nations, it seems inconceivable that self-respecting and patriotic Americans should not have had. the intelligence and Americanism to beat a hasty re­treat, while the getting out was good. But they didn't and we stayed in the outfit to the tune of $424,000,000, with more coming up, even though we have found to our sorrow that other things besides "peace" are the objective and that the only "unity" pre· vailing is the unity of most all other nations in being opposed to what they are pleased to contemptuously call our Capitalistic Form of govern~ ment although it is the one which is supplying the principal part of the (Continued on Page 2) Millions of Americans Think It-The Southern Conservative Savs It P•v• 2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE April, 1911 THE KEFAUVER STORY IS Just How Stupid Can A The Academy Award Winners Get GOOD AS FAR AS IT GOES Government "Expert" Be! Subpoenas With Their 110scars11 do~~~ r~~~:~ev:r a ~~~~~t~~ ~~~r~~ In Was~ington ~vhere insane _pro· · The two Academy A~ard winnen ~~~~ t~~ti~~t?~;c o~f ~~J~;:\~fo~~~~: ::~s ::~~ga 0~a~k~a!0~~!~o!~f~~e~ SAT AN GOES ~~~f~~~e~h~nw~~ti~~m~~i~~~:s l~0s~ ~~~~y ~~~~ ha;!hg~;~ d~~~~pgelarticu- to en~. au plans. . • TO CHURCH ~~~gr~~~~o~~i ~~~m1~te~:1~ U~~~~~~ A staff of economic experts ' of 1can ActJvttJes. ~h~~~~~~~~!:~~~~~~~~;cr~~:C~~~n~ ~~= ~~u~:~~:~teth!~o;~~tic t~:~~s\~ th:'F~ror~hi~~ ;e;~!t~st~a~~h~~~~~u~~~~~~ \Yith. the applause and pt:aise. of ~~~~e~~~~fi~.f~iaJ~Sndan~0 ~~~~·:t~:: isb~ foo_d of. the human rae~, i~ ~ luxury ::~~e~a;1 ~~:ro~u~~c~~ll~o~~e~~~~~na~n~ }~;Ifn f~~:?r~~a~~.db!~~l~~:~sF~~!;~rr~~~ picture which IS not hmited to the article m the class w1th diamonds, who contributes his own bit towards the Judy . Holliday were summoned to underworld. yachts and mink coats and that a tax cause of Americanism by getting out a W~shmg~on to_ap~ear before t~e Co~· For years. now we h~ve witnessed sho~ld,he levied on it to "combat in· ~:~1~~~0:imself, discussing the State of ~~~~~esTnv~~~f~~!d !~~::~c;~~~u~:: ~: s:;:es~~tnif ~~~!~~o~~~~OI~~ flahon . ''1 was. head usher; church warden, ed that b~th were members of v~rious leaders and labor union rackeeers In other .words, these weasel-brain· freighter _of card tables. and food to the Commumst fronts, or had been m the where the loot was not confined to ed economists make Henry Wallace's church domgs and such hke. As time went past. a few paltry billion dollars but reach- plan for "abundance through scarcity" on, the traveling ~ame ~ery sticky. I.n Miss Holliday's defense implied ed out to include the ballots of the appear like sound and logical reason· early days, th~ pioneer b•shops stopped_ pure stupidity on her oart for she sovereign voters of a n~tion. . ing, by proposi~g to reduc~ the price ~!~t:~;a;~!'r~~:S~s~~:Y t~:;e :~=~~o:: ~~~e~e£ e~~~hsi~J~e~0 ~~~it:n!h~~~~ m~~~~~ m~~~;~i~rs 0: u~~:~~~~J ;~o~~:i~i~~ :~::.ng a tax to Its already ~~!s~!a~~er the Socialist.Communist wave ~nuo~5~/~~~toO:!~nization, she did not ::~~~e in~ti~taU:n h~~i~~~ ao~les~~ For eighteen years now we have beg~n ~ be~t against American institutions, Bov what a pushover she would be pre~e a~thority. _and power·drunk s~ffered from ~e advic~ and pl~n- ~=~:n~n~h~~get.h~o~~se;:~ ~:a~s,r:;i~:~ !or sO~e fast orm.noter selling stock egmsts 'Yith ambthons towar~ world rung of experts m Washmgton with seminaries appeared in our churches and m a phony gold mme. ~eaderslup have ~een pern:ntted to college degrees and no common sense missions. But the tops in something or other fi~~eo~n::~i~:~1 !ff~ht:lr~~~~ m=t~!~ ~:dH:! :~~~~ :e~lo~l~s f:~: ~o;p;~~ wi~~s~ :;:k~~a~ai~hrt~eeycl:g:ern~:~:u~~s~: ::~o~~~~~d t~it F~~~el;~?o~o~esmr~~ Also, because of it, labor unions a future in which -there are a few !'-lecturer, trained in the C~mmunist school year's top movie actor rebuked those ~~~ ?~\~i~l~t~:~t,a~f:;~~g~li~~1r~~~ ~mateurs with no education but a ;~r Ni~w ~~~~£sw~: P;:::i~~ 1:u~s~:.ur~: P:~ :Sh~ ·~~~~iciously" tried to smear him fluence in high places, to build up a little gray matter and a small measure feated his argument which was the exact . . . national political 11Mafia Society" of understanding of simple and tunda- Stalin line and we turned him in to the Evidently he ~as trymg to tmpt~ which metes out its own form of jus- mental laws. FBI. At an inter-state convention of clergy· that th«: confemng of ~n "Oscar tice to workers who refuse to join it men, a man waa set up to lecture on Karl automatically c~eared h1m ~f the and which is, itseU, exempt from, and Marx. While he knew •fmost nothing about c.h~~ge of engagmg in subversive ao-superior to, the laws which apply to A • T A 1m subject, we found later that he had hVlbes. honest concerns and organizations. mertcan axpayers re been n:=ed a suspeet by tbe Department His award was for dramatic actin~ When we go fishing, we always The y· t' f G d Th t• of .. ~u~:~e. enough and went to another but thtt li~e indi~ates that he is also throw the mue ones back and try to JC JmS 0 ran e . church. There, th• g;fted minister is above a mas er o come y. ~~~0 t~v~~u~~i~i~:~e~t 'ji~~ a~~ There ar~ pr~b~bly th~usands of ex- ~~!~~~ioan ~:~ ;~o!il~~:rn~~P~~~::g:i:w~~ Th~: ~a{0;~~~\fn!le~e~~c~~ ~~~~t goose J?I~ples until this committee or amples of mefftct~ncy, mcompetency, gave sermons which, in my poor opinion. ties Committee, and not us, to pass some Similar one wo~ks up to the top waste and downnght crookedness on were Fabian Socialism which, as you know, on, but if he thinks that those who and flushes out the big operators. the part of Federal officials which can trade even in the black market for hand out this Award woul d withhold it ----------\causes the constant gouge of. taxpayers Communism. b~cause of a candi~ate' s Red political r---lltltl• for more money, but one instance has "Next w~ ha~ a re ligious professor fro':" views, ~e has. l_ess JUdgement than he nntn IS AUTHORITY just come to light ror ~·hich there is :a~~:~~. ~;~:e~~~~~:tic:n;a;ss:;te~h:h~u:~~ has actmg abthty. NOJ AUJHORJJYI 110 attempt at explanahon and no de· moderatelv successful Billings business men!---------- Admitting our ignorance, ~ere is a point feJ~~e swivel..chair moron in Wash· m~,~~i~~ss;:~Y s::.~~ s:!~; t:i~i:::,~nei~; w £ APO LOG/ Z E we would lo~·e to have eleareQ up. ~~to~~~:~:t~~:eil~~~=h~~St0~:c~~~ ~~:~i::. o;; 1 ~t~;~~~::n ,:f :~;.o~~ur::~: ~1~~ FOR A BONER Ko~e~~~- :!~~t:u;~; ~~~~ ~~:~:1 ~bned ~so:!~ ~~.t~~ o~e~fr~~.o~e~u~~~~ s~p!?J ~a~:~e ai~e;h~~~~:! the spade work she weN;!~riedh~~t~e~r~:~dt~~ tfat~s t~~: pernus~JOn of Wa~hmgton t~ _follow ~m for little or nothing or burned in the in the editorial in the March edition ~~u~':a)nont~o~h~~eh":os~i~~n ~~:th h~~ c~:~ ~~~endtr~h~~e~~e t~~~o~~l~~~~~- be lo- wh~r~s~~~eo;a;~ t~~iic~:reo~~pf~;~~ in ~hJc~ wet sa~d th~ ~on~a.ll~ su~ :otw:•t~ri:hi~~ll t~epU~a~gN~h:!n18t :: House investigators recently were it seems. A commit~ee o! the Board ~~~ ~rov=~~~;se~s~~re ~ud~~e.h'e:do­invohed and that he would have to wait told of a fast deal by quick-ntoney ~fe~r~~en~ of r~:s~:rive:~~~ ~~ T!~~~ ed t~an many of those we undertake action by that body. So MacArthur waited boys who b~ught up. ~ 0ousand sur· teachin SoJalism before ~akin its to discuss. . and the_ e:nem~ got away and had U~e to pl~s trucks m the P~1hppmes for $200 investigation. At least one 0 { its The remarks of Senat~r Batley H reorgamze the1r forces and. attack agam. ap1ece from the Uruted States ~overn· memb!s announced in advance that report~d were accurate smce the COI\Io 'fhen, in _the middl~ of the. night, with- ~;~~:~~f~~~~e~ ~a~fs~~t:~o~~~~~ the professor wo~ld not be fired. Sure ~:~~~-~ ~a~o~t;~~ s~vc~~~in!e;:: o~t consulting t.he Un~~ Nationi Tru~an ment for prices all the way up to $3900 enough, he wasn t. man who succeeded him and the ~:~~n~a:::!:~~~d~!!:c~~: ;;e:~eth~:U~! each. . . From Danton Walker's Column, ~~us:ta~~~~~r a~~~ :~~!~~i:n~t:. aebon wa~ a au':Pnse. kl them, a_nd_ they T~e transachon wh1c~ was n;a_de Broadway Beat: A Texas woman were all wet. :::.~thnJt oltt uot.t they read It m the ~~~~~:e bJh~hfa:l~~!~~rhge s:~r::~g ~~~r~~u~r; Pu~~;n b~;ie::!~e:f o~r: We _apologize for being asleep lit JMi:;;cedi~n'i::~: :~~~~:; apply in one ;;.:;~1~~~~~ 0:a~?.o~~:~~~l$s1:;7od.~ ~·i~~t~~y ~e~~:Lpe;u~t~~~:i~~y '~J 1-th_e_sw_t_tch_. ------- . . 000.~0 of whtch $425,000 was net righ~ from the Fort ~orth h~use that "As the mother of a son on whose or~:~~.:m ~J~~ro~:H::d N:O~~ '::C~al ooa~~b~ pr~:~~as another case like the crooked put ll out for larger distribution here. ~~~~~:J ~~~~~h~~~nJil!lr ~:;:!ifn~:~ MacArthur .w•thout eoD.iU.lt.i.n& Ulat body, manipulations in the RFC deals which When it's aU summed up, it appears I insist that v.re can do a lot bettef ""hy was thu? the president brushed off on the that Truman called a war in Korea, without Truman than we can without waa he upect.ina: all alone to take the ground that it was not "illegal" but, in put MacArthur in charge of it and MacArthur," says Ruth P. Davi• fi 1tep he did and d.id he tet permi&Si.oo fl·oro effect ~nd principle, it is grand 11?-eft then dared him to fight Fort Worth. !!~mn~c:d~:~idto n!e,!ea~~~~ ;r: ¥!rp~~1~/d~~~ ~~~ :~f:se ;~~~~~J~ 1------------------- them to authorize MacArthur to act jn an this legal swindle possible should be -UNITED NATIONS emel'gency such as the one wherein Mac- sent to the penitentiary for life, and (Continued from Page 1) Arthur had to ttop at the 38th parallel? they would be if this outrage bad been money by which they are able to indulge in their Socialistic dope dreamt. Sur-ely a lot ol. people must wonder ~!PX:~~~~a:~~~~!y:~f. others than It lieems to us it can't be possible that so many thousands upon about this. They are the perennial suckers who ~;u~~~ft~f i!~~:~~~~!rea:J'0~~e~g~e~:n~~~~l~ha;i:~d~~! i~:~~8\h~ are constantly bled white by corrupt Frankenstein monster at the earliest possible date. The United States pays 38.9 per cent official action of those who are liter-of the entire cost of running the ally carrying out the threat of the American opinion on world governments was registered accurate.., UFrrua·ntecde,N 1 a 1 tiponers,caegnatinfsotr6Epnegrlancedn,tafnodr lsorundg-hbaaicrkedlnsoctihale sethrvlTi. tc1ees:.vo.~Wkeenwvhilol in the case of the League of Nations and it is not, in our opinion, a cha~ in viewpoint on the part of the American people, but a deterioration 9.25 per cent for Russia. Aren't we spend and spend, tax and tax and elect national leadership, which il responsible for our being maneuvered the sucker~? and electu. this one. April, 1951 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI Texas Reoublicans Join In A Spineless Senate "Urges" POLITICIANS CLING TO POWER Fight To Res!ore T'de'ands The President To Consult If LIKE A MONKEY TO A LIMB _ln maneuvering the seizm·e of the Texas its~~~i~:i!~: !~~::~ ::~:~~o::~~~e b;~:d~~ · If there ever was a legitimate rea· !::;!~"~'· ti:~: ~~?!~ ~~~:~"~~""~:·~"::~ ~h;~~~.:~,;~:;.~':i.e ~~.~:~~.~,;::~~":.;;":;~:: IT TOOK SHOWMANSHIP ~~~.~ct~~ ·:,~~~~m~~~p~~.~~~"·R~i ::~.~~:;;:~t~~;;~~~~~"c~~:::~.~~e~~:.~-;~~ ::.'.~~· o~e··::~~~r ~~~;:, h~.-e~;~~; .. ;o ;~;;e~ TO POINT UP CORRUPTION ~~g;~~~~~n·~~;~h·;~d .~h:~.~~;~~~~~ ~~:t''hi~h~~~~: i:•c;;e1!:rt~~e:o ·;~:~';,;',"~! throughout the world "It took an elght-thousand dollar fu•· coat ~~.~~e b:y:~otY!he~e~es11~u~~\~ri~~n: aU-out campa1gn. to restore this property A:p.parently they hav~ accepted the pro- draped around a Washington stenographe•· vote of Congress can accomplish it. to 1~::t~e::~e;::f~g" clause w" employed ~~:•!;~: ~~~~u\:~~:.;•;;d:~: ~~:it:~"~:!\~ ~~fi::-a~~·::;: t~: :::~\ci~~c~h:\:~~e!~~ ov:re a~~··~:~;~~ht~Jh:n;o~~;;~~~~~~~ to _get around the agreement between the a~~ repealed b)' executiVe order tls pro- boys in Washington so that the masses for the Federal government engaging Vmted S~ates and the Republic of Texas vlston that. only Congress has the power could comprehend the situation," sa~s the in the loan business but conceding at the hme Tex~s was annexed to the and authortty to declare war and send Augusta, Georgia, Courier jn .speakmg of that it kept some sm~ll business con· Union in which tt was agreed that this troops to the front the recent RFC investigation. cenlS from folding up in the Thirties Stat~ should retain her public lands, Mr. Later, Mr. Truman's biographea· spilled "Likewise the . ~eFauver Committee by that excuse can no longer be o£fered Zweifel stated. a deep, dark secret when he revealed that the use of telev•s•on and_ the newspap:rs for its continuation. ''The 'equal footing' clau~ has long been the president's next objective is to revamp has ~n ab.le to dRamatize the gamblmg Private banks and lending concerns ll~td to ~efer only to pohtleal and sover- Congress and limit the terms of elected racket 10 this {'()Un~r!, so that _the_ masses are bursting at the seams with foldi\'g ••gnb rJ~hts, never to prOJ>erty rights" representatives of the people in this body. c_ould understand tt, the edJtonal con- money and the RFC is a competitor the ReJlublican leader insisted. hnues. with private business enterprise which ,. "~~:u~;e~ci;~e~i ;~~~e~t:~":.e;~ ~.~~·.7P~ ~;~~~~:r:::~;;~~::.t:r~~:~::~~~:~{~~i~ :i:t~~£;~~:::=r~::::;::~?:~~:~::~ ~.~~~\~~~~~\· ;.npdu~~~erensibte in a mallet of fact_. the most da_n.,'!e•ous aspect Senate is still the official court '()f impeach- have known." ~mericans should start in now on ::e~:· ,~;·~~~~;·~~:·~~:o~~"""" Jt menaces "'~;·is it? 1~~~~r~~~a~o:~ ~:;,~ ~:f"~~~en~~~~ile~h\'; "Under the 'equal footing' clause the na· World Government atrocious outfit has been completely ~i:;":~.~:·:;";;:~,e";ro~;.~~';;·;:;;~;;·:: Children Are Still the For Birds }~~Y~~.~~~~:a':to~~~u~~~~r.d0ir~% ;;,~ sen.:e. The other day I observed a group of nahonal capital JW)~;:t;~~stoeq':~~et~~e ~:~;0e~.~n:0~~~~a;:; P~r~nt's Res~o~si~ifi1t; ~~~~; ;:::. ~~:;~~~~=~dtoq~:r~~~~~:; :~; tici~~~i~r~ode~fru~~1;a~~P~~~dr~~ ~~~;: may take over oil and gas coal iron cop- :;son te~spaper 1:po~ e~s tha~e a e- angry. The thought came to me that there rendering power once they have it in f:i;iT~:~~~:: ~::::~:~7~:~:-:~:~~~d:?:~:~ ~;~~L :{r.t~~51t:f:r~~.~;l;F~ f~:~~. .~ ~~~f:~:;~~:~~~:fi~!~,:~~~f ::~~~~~:r:: t~i:::~:• r::ol:::: "Thi~ policy will take America so far Bo;~is ~t allr~s~:r;.:• o~ \~e,~che~n:~or r:Fed· have become a happy global family, it and he will grab by. his hind legs and along the road to complete socialization that erat Aid to schools and is intended to help s~ms to me that a w_ortd g~ve.rnment for hang. on; pry ~is h~nd legs loose ~nd :"!.:,~~:::.r~~i!:::He~~~:~~t£~:0~:~.~: ~;~·~~u~~~ d~hdr:~~Y who 1 h believe in ;::!~:~~~~ ~~~~::~~~f~~~~:~~ow::~~ :~£i~n;'~~u7'~et%1 :~gg~~d 1:1~ ~~~ . . . . Smce when 1 tt become e resJ)()ns· Lake Success and specia11y trained par- ~~i~~;:r~:iot;,e ;bet C~l~pl:;eth:~:~~z~:a~ :.~:~~t;o:~la:e~~~~icsct~~~e~s~~: c;~t~ec:hn; rots could·ac· t as i~terpreters: . ~,--k--,-A---,--- ol America. We are preparing to resio;t it students? . Undoubtedly, btrds are m a dtsorgan- c es ppea ~~~~~~~~~b1~ .~~~~¥~~~§ ~~~[~~~~ ~§~~~~~ "Texas did not enter the Nation on an terns, and what Houston newspapers need be liq~!date.;. Blue b~·ds, ;ed ~r s. an Louisiana and California) should be shnred i£~ ":~r:~~;.~:~:~:~~::~~£~~~:~ ~~.~:: r::.:er:, ~:~r~=~~n::·ined in the ~:~~ar:?:;o::~:~:~d:~~:!~::~~~~~ ~?.i:::r~t£:::~~.E~n~:.~~~:!r~ T~~as enjoyed. . eral Government to the tidelands. Truman !~~~ a:a:!o t~e•:~:e~:7ry anfor ca:t gl~~~~ ~~:: ~~e~~)xas tidelands oil money than Texas was not won by the Uruted States vetoed the bill. authority to refoml and regulate btrd ;.:::~:. .~ ~~F~· t!~~~~~·:L:~: .~ :;:~ ve::~:;: ~~~T;:~::~ ':.::~:d:~;e~e h:!~ ~::~~d :7£:~~i~~~·~fr~~ ~r~· ;::. ~r:::?r~:(:d~:~~::~~ :~;~~":;~!:~ !:,~;;dre~~~~e~;~~~s~i:u:;•hn:;-P~~~~~ ;:~:: :~::. ;~h:~~ln ~;·::r~::~re10T;~~:;~n~~d T~: :~:-.:;~ t;on~~~;~~~:~~ 1:~-:::t~~:aldi~::;:~ ~::1 ~:~:~~:~.~ ;~:~~ ~~ e~s~·~::h~:~~~: :ann~s~hat her public lands included Tide· cr~::· Re_publican National Committeeman ofT~ ~~:~:I t:Ce~~~;~lt si:teU~~~ia~lrs~~e uni- ~~~~~e~~~wa~:::~tt~~sano~t~l~e ~~~~7 :~~~~~ "Attorney General Price Daniel has used leveled hiS guns at Speaker of the_ ~~use versal mind such as that of Henry Wallace strafed. . :;;r;e~::.~~~~v::n~:n~~~~;~as~:r:0th~nii~: ~~~. ~Y~~rd~ ~~~v:t~~:Y~e~~: ~~~it~~;;t~~ !~;u~~d:r:;~~!~t~it~d~d c!~u~:!~ :c:~~:i~ H:~~;,::~:t:!h~;g ~~~r~;;;!r~~~:~:~.; ~~~Z;~ ~~~:i~~~~~~:F~~~;:~;:~.:::: l~~:~~:~;~.t,:r£~;·~~~:.~~Irdf~;~~l~!i~~: ~~?~~~:~::::2~~ :~:~~~::~~:~:~~:lb~~l ::~k.~~:~: .~~E~~~~:::F:~~:~i.·~~ . large seemed suffering ft·om a curious de· to h.old properties won by herOJc s~cnh~e and eat the reactionary and individual- C~ngress that wtll make the1r teases oper· ;:~~is;~dw~~e:eg:;:n~; ~~~e~~et~:~nitT~:~ ~~t h~er~iy thd:s;;t~~~ :tdre~:~ns~~~:i~~o ~; ~~ti:hl:~!~eal c!~~~m~i~~:lio~~ t~:Ytatill1ere:~~~ ;i~~~in~n:o;;~:eri~~~t:t ;:!:c::st~~s 1:ast~ ~ok~s:"~: i~geh~·iJ:~:~;~~:o;:~~e~e;~;o:!~ =::!u~~~er c:o~~~~~;·~n~~ t~~s .~:n:m~::t~ :~:c:!d~~~~ri:~;~ ga~eseg:::ro~O,Or;:ir~:~l be ~:rni~:s t!e;:v::ea t~~~l~~~m~s~ t-~~a~~~~~~~: do.~;.ht: :;~)~ei~~!t.that the present adminis- ~~h~h~~~i~~t~~w~~~~~!~~nl\f:~d~:~:~f~l ~~~~: -Lloyd Price, Fort Worth In :a~e:~· :ce~~sT~:~:~~ ~h~~~:~ed that tration has been able to create such a feel- "Certain big oil interests are in favor of the b1ggest 011 scandalm our history arose lng in the breasts of true Americans is the Federal seizure or tidelands," Zweifel A good indication that the Texas ~n eonne:tion with federal, not state, leas-horrifying. charged. "These interests are k~own ~nd right-to-work bill now before the mg of otl lands .. Over and •bov.e that, he "Texas Republicans suffer from no such wilt be in due time exposed. Fa1r Dealmg Texas legislature is a sound and whole· needs to be remmded that sa~ctity '()f con· delusion. We believe that the Congress of politicians are in the group who expect to some measure is demonstrated b:v the tract is the greatest ~rotectwn t~at th• the United States will right this wrong per- fatten their incomes I>~ deali~g in. tidelands denunciation made of it by the pres- peo.pte. have, or ev~~ well have, 1gamst ex­pel rated by President Truman and the leases. Recent deals 111 rallforma coastal ident of an international union who plo1tahon and political an~ ~onomic <IP. Supreme Court upon the people •nd school lands show Texans what to expect. !'aid in Da11as recentlv that it was presslon.-The Dallas Mormng News. ohildren of Texas. "A Republican president will not veto "vicious". Onlv a hit dog howls and "But changes must be made. The Tru· an attempt by Congress to return tidelands labor union racketeers always scream The words 14Democracy", "Intoler-man crowd ln Washington must be elimin- to rightful owners. The party is committed their heads off when any effort is ance" and "Liberalism" are becoming ated. A Republican president who is bound to restore these prope11ies to the separate made to restrain the unlimited power the most contemptible terms in the W sign a bill to restore the tidelands of slates. J:!ranted them by the last two national English language because of the mis-ooaslal slates to their rightful owners must ''The fight Is on!" administrations. use being made of them by fellmv 1M elected to office. travellers. "This is not a new fight to be sponsored Economists claim that since the 1.:._::~~------- br Texas Republicans," 1\:lr. Zweife_l points There is a dark and menacing ~hreat United Slates has only one-seventh o£ Another thing which it is hard for dumb out. "It is a continuation of the l1ght Re· hanging over the United States m the the potential wealth, if it were divid- clucks like us to understand: we have a publicans started in the 1948 national cam· form of an attempt to destroy our na- ed equally all over the world as some war on in Asia where Communists are paign. tional sovereignty and convert us into share-the-wealth advocates desire, it killing American boys by the thousands. "Republicans in the 80th Congress passed an abject dominion of a world govern· would not raise the standard of living We don't have a war in Europe. So we 1 bill quit-claiming the claim of the Fed- ment. one-half of one per cent. send our troops to Europe. Help! Poge 4 THE SOUTHERN ..::_CO:..:_N..::_SE::.:R:..:_V:..:_AT:..:_I..::_VB:__ ___ ___,,----------A.:_pr_il.:..:_l_9.:...:_5t A Warning To REPUBLICAN SENATOR FOR NATIONAL THE COMMANDER~IN· th~t :r•;e:lt:::~:~n~tt~:u;l:~ p:1:~:rtt::; fa~i~i~~:y t~~ ~~~~~~~ 0!h:~~~~~~~~~s ~: COALITION. PARTY . CHIEF AND THE ;;;~'.? ;:,i~:u:~. •:0:''::!!~\:'~k;~::: ~~~~~~~::~~~~;,:~~:P;:;;;~i~s~:t~:.:::~ ••An unconventional blueprmt for VIC· FUEHRER thieves prowl and honest men have re· and substance of the United St~tes. Co~ tory" is the way Senator Karl E. Mundt of The president's sudden decision to agree tired to rest. No hour could have been gressmen from every state in the Union Iouth Dakota designates his proposal for a for General MacArthur to addrt!SS a joint more appropriate for such a deed. should take warning from this doct.rin•. ~oalition of Northern Republicans and session of the House and Senate as a mark . . . . . Already the Interior Department l>ns begun Southern Democrats in the presidential ~hi~~b~~s ~a~:e a1~::\:~!~ur:edh~~~t ~~~ co~~a~~~n~r;!n~~~ :~:~eeet=ere~:;~~ ::~e; ::!~~t;~:s.for nationalization of all mineral ~lection of 1952· majority sentiment was with the general, shell fire, to the accompaniment o( the can- Clearly the tidelands fight is the fight Taking his campaign right down into the is in many ways a parallel to an occurrence nonade. It was not done in the Spanish of all the states, and of all le.l!islators who deep South, Senator Mundt has address~d in Germany during World War ll. war or in e~ther of our World wars. It was believe in the American system ol private gatherings of discontented. Southern~rs m General Rommel was the greatest and not done by McKinley or Woodrow Wilson competiti~n. H. the Truman Admi"i~t.rati~n ~:l~n~e;e~~;~:~n~s i~ n~t~~~~g:~:ll~~ ~~. ~os~d~~~!~i:~~:{~~c::o~~~~e ~~~~:~ ~~~;~ or Franklin Roosevelt. But now it is done ~~~~eeads f~~~~~!b~~a~::e:~~~t la,~s·r:~~~~ tn the interest o[ what he consu:lers the and all that he stood for, but the Fuehrer by Harry S. Truman. The man wh'O bore seizures I){ authority. The RenulJh·nns and cnly chance to retrieve the Federal govern- was his "Commander-in-Chief" and he had the American battle flag across the Pacific, Southern Democrats in Congress l1ave the ment fl'om the increasing charges of cor- to bow to his will. island by island, to the palaces of Tokyo power to halt this trend on the !idelandl ~~~P~:t~o~~~ :/f~~:~sagf~~~nta~ei;;ct~~:~n:~ When disaster came •. Hitl~~ ordered the is jer~ed out ~f the battle line by a former ~~~!ti!~ \~e~,s~a~t~ the courage and dete .. the country. . _ . - . . . ~~:::1.;-o:ea~~. c~:em~~a~~~~~deofbuat ~~~:;~ ca~t:l:h:f b::~~~~::~ itself the removal of -Santa Monica, California, Outlook. "We are fmdmg Federal ~ohhc1a_n~ to- secto_r of the German peop~e who held Rom- MacArthur may prove to be relatively un- :;y e~~~~~7;e a:~~i~~ 7::~ ~~~v:!~ -c~~~e:~ ::Is~~ ~~geh ;::!e; ~~~s~~~:~~~~rc~~t~t~ ~~f:r!~:~~~~:;a!n~idc~~a~isd:p~~~~~t~~~ New Agency Goes in bi:~~:~· a~::;:~m:I~ni::dc:a~:::·and infer- ~;:m 0~o t;~s:h:!!:~~~~~! odf~~:~sm:;,'1~ ~~::r ~~~YM:;A~~~o:c:!~·ov~~tm~ny ~:~~: For Couches in ::~te;!rt~:~~ti::puo:lic~~~t~~r~hen~:;;;:!: ~u~:ra~o;~~IOt~~ ~:~l!n hs~J:i:~~red • a e ~~t~d:~ta~;r~ah::; ~r~~~~r:,!~a~at:: ~~~ A 8 iq way has protected our precious in~ividualized _The red car~~t was brought out and livered a tragic blow. A forceful example of Washington :~dinco;.:~~:!: rights from bemg destroy- :~ttch a~e;~a:11;~~{e, P:~!m~~d w~~r~~~~~ For five yea~s Japan has been t·h~ o~l~ ~r:aet~~~n~;~~d~r~~~j~~i!f~~o~-f t~~n~~~: "Such an unorganized and leaderless de- ~:!~erfl~~e~o~:r~o;:i~~s ;:~e wno~~h~~~~rl~;: :::~ef~e ~~f;~d s~:~e~t~r 0~re:3t1 tB.rita~n Pbay 5 ers' 1mo~~y is i~ric~t~d i~ a report fense line cannot permanently protect this has remamed more serene. There have Y ena or arry 00 yr · eountry against those who would magnify been no riots in Japan, no mutterings of As head of a committee to keep an the central government and minimize the TIDELANDS STEAL . revolution. The people have accepted lor- ~ye on Federal spending, he developed rights of individual citizens and their re- eign domination complacently and have the information that five defense agen· spective State governments in this Repub- CLAIMED CAUSE ob~y~d all orders cheerfully. Of_ all the cies have spent more than a million lie:· . . . FOR SECESSION ~~:th~r::~rnvtr~~! ~:P~~e h~~r~:~~~~~;dc~~~ ~f~~~s:?r~c~~rn~~~rn~10~~~~n ~~-!in~~ft Reducing hi.s theories ab?ut a coahtJOn "The recent excellent Duckworth articles munism. And that reign of serenity in the expensive tyPe. ticket to prac~tcal proposals, Senator Mundt on the 'Great Grab' should have been call- land of the Nipponese has been due entire- Among the expenditures were J 43 su~:::te;e:u:~:::: :~:::u:::d their Na- ~. ~;~:.~~:~ ~t:~~~c;;;~e~fi~~i~:~PP~~:~~ ~a~~7 ~fe t~~a~~;!~~~h~;r::!~t~a~~~ ~~: ~:v$~~o;J~ 0~n~o~c:e:a:~ ac~~~~; cf:! tiona! Convention after the National Demo- adds that this "steal" was engineered and remamed peaceful bec~use every soul m $l4 725. ;,rea~~cra~:n;~l~t~~~~er a::~~~:!: T~~an t~~ pe~petrated by the Socialist, Har~ld. Ick~s- ~hr~hu~a:s ~~:kJ~st ea~~tr~er~~f~~df~~en~fa:i 1; was disclosed that $140,000 ~ad some one further to the left with a Social- Where, oh ~here, were our dlstmgmsh- the Japanese. Now the Christian statesman been spent for. d~sks for secretanes, Jstic platform which Conservative Demo- ~~~~e;n~n~a~~~~~a~~~~; ~:n:!~~i!~~ ~~nd ,~ho preserved the peace am-ong ?O m~l- and countless Similar purch.ases. :~~ts ;!~:c0r~:sup~:l~~w:dwa~~ou:o:ie~::~.:~ ~a~:di~u~~t 0~s t~~P~~~:~~~~ T~ r::t~~:~~e~~: ~\~~r:::~~e~~~ ~ue~p~:u;:s g:aede~at!1 r:fd t~~ ch~:~~:l ii~: e~~:nffth;~r~~~UI~~~r~~:. ~v~il~tyR~~u:~i~~~at1i~a:~:ndai~~~!s t~~d d,:~~;: ~:~~;t~~t s:cneod~~~ ;;o~u~~~ J~~ns~!e t~! Pe::e::::t :a:~~e. equipped to lead the f~~~s ~ft~ern~~~ti~~~f~!r;~~~~~ as they Jng a p~atform acceptable to th~ South; ground that the United States has re- American armies as far as the Dean Ache- . . the nommation of a sound Repubhcan and pudiated the compact under which we join- son school of appeasers will permit them And now an Assyrian named Lm_nsa 15 m Conservative Democrat followed by State ed it. There is the additional ground that to go. But can he take the place of Douglas this C<luntry where he is being h~ded a~ a or regional conventions to place these ca?- our national government has become a MacArthur by millions of Japanese fire- noted authority on the bible. He IS makmg dida~es on the ballot as regular ~emoc~ahc Socialist State in violation of our National sides? Can he take the place of the con· a translation of that sacred book and cor-- nommee~ in St?tes where that IS poss1bl~; Constitution." queror of the Pacific in the hearts of 70 recting what he calls "misrepresentations,. when thiS coahtion slate is elected, the.lr million Japanese? Will the reign -of peace in the original text. According ~o this seniority rights would be inte~woven .m . continue or will a rising sentiment turn "authority" who is lecturing to mmiste:s ::nH:~~~~e~n~r;~n~~~~~~v:~m;~~t;\~~~~~ ifo~~far1'n~-u~t~i~~fs{~~h~8~s~~~~i!~e~a~ Japan as Red as her Chinese neighbor? ~~~ic~Y~~~~ :~~r:he~:r:o~o of~i~-:~e,~e;: the ranking legislator with patronage record during World War 11 for rush- Whatever the result of the MacArthur due to "errors in translation." He now pro­bandied on same basis; finally the calling ing things and not wasting any time degradation and whatever the cost of this poses to re-vamp the bible. What would we of a national convention for naming coali- recently married a thirty-four year midnight coup by an unpredictable presi- do without these characters with funny tion forces and writing a dedaration of prin- old nurse just thirty days after he dent, it is the boys who die in foxholes names coming over to set us right on every. ciples. buried his first wife. that will pay the bill. thing including government and religionf April, 1951 THI SOUTHERN CONSIRVATIVI P•u• s Our Compliments To The Sometime• Even a Blind HECK IT'S JUST A HABIT THEY'D RATHER BE G Of S C I ' Hog Finds An Acorn :From the Suttle Ar•••) "REGULAR" THAN RIGHT overnor 0, aro ma The action of the Fulbright Committee So far as we are concerned, Gov· in ex~o1ing the corruption att~nding the gr;t~~:~e:~ew:/f~~n ;:::e:;~~~;etot~i:~ !~:a~~!a~~:::nb:~~:np::tyT~~ieatd Sam ernor James F. Byrnes has gone a long op~ralions ol the RFC ~et wtth almoit it iii Elliott-on his marriage flo somebody It wou~d matter not if he were upright and way toward atonement for his former umversal prafse, but later, Senator Ful- or other; we didn't get the name. Indeed fatr. . . New Deal affiliation by his pronounce· bright's defense of that body and his in- you have to be pretty alert to catch the Or a plam, ordmary thief. ment _concerning the schools of South ~i:tec~~~~ht~a!t c~~r:~~~~~u~:· t~oeg:~ce:P~!~~ ~:~esono; :~e Ji~:osee;;;; ~~i:~s :uetfo~~ ~~: He could appoint c~ooks. to ~igh office Carolma. and not the rule, In Federal government picture. And rob a State or Its nch Oil l?nd; In a public statem~nt recently, he ~sg~no~ie;ar7i~~~:rl~e~~ou~ ~:~~c:t;o:~·!o~: In the titilating. column "My Night" by He c:r~l!e~~fend keeping Commies in gov- =~~~~dc!~:itn~:g~:g:~~o~uo~li~h:c~~~~: which the Committee has done. !~:v~iv~~~:r~' ~~::~. ~e~ha~, S~~~t~~; ~~~: And by his side they'd continue to stand. of his State, or the public schools Also, his published list of ten men whom ~.ication of_ editorial opinion,_ we fin~ this: What matters principle, morals, ethics! would be abolished. ~ei~~gnget~e~s:thouu~d a ::r:m:i~i;nst:n~~: w~e::~ ~~~ht~:g~e!s;:s o~n p:::~~~~o~ !~c~o:h~:!s s~O::::m:~e ka~~::s:~ Tom and This makes three States to take the for public officials" and whom he classi· medal to my good friend Mr. B. A. Pickett, Sam, position approved by all decent and fied u "private citizens of outstanding the great labor leader, for h1s outstanding They're going to stay "regular", by gosh. self-respecting Southerners, Governor achievement and character and whose in· service to human welfare by inciting the 1---------- ~~~~~~r T~l~~i~~e ~:ig~:o~f~i:s~~ ~:~i;~t~:rb:r;~~in~u~~~~:".:rt:ve;h:~a~o~~ ~:~~tei~d:~~:e:u;:n~tri~:sp:~:i;:!r~~~~Pi~ ~a rem:mb~·ed, i~is part~c~~ar. dau~hier-in. fJi~f~~~~~~rft~eviously expressed sim· stitutes these qualities. ~~sh;;: t~a:!~~!~! :ht~u:r:;is:t~e~;~~c:. th;r~~o~e: j:~t": li~tlnea~u~pris~~et:~~ ~;;:~: · Among those whom be suggests as being ed at the door by a blonde named Tlihe. Twenty-five years ago when the capable of regulating the conduct and "I was. ~eep~y di~ap~ointed at .not being "Later, after talking to my secretary, Miss world was a much more decent place ethics of elected officials are Robert M. able to VISit With his. Wife. and Chll~ren · · · Bobson, I was relieved to find that my origi· in which to live than it is at present, Hutchins former Chancellor of the Uni· but was unable to fmd time. T~ls was. a nal impression had been correct and that not only every governor but every versity of Chicago who rarely overlooks matter of g~eat. reg~et to me until I rea!Jz- the confusion was caused by a change in citizen in Dixie would have automatic· an opportunity to defend Communists in ed: after thmkmg tt over, tha~ 1 was n?t domestic arrangements of which I was not ally assumed this attitude, and any the teaching profession, Walter Reuther, qmte sur~ whether h~ has a _wife and c?11- aware and which had occurred while I was violations would have been taken care notorious left-winger, who claims to have dren. It IS such la~ses as thl~ that remmd away in West French Africa laying a cor­of in the effective manner in which eliminated Communists from the CIO but me that 1 am ge~tmg along .m years and nerstone for a new roofless-type housing red-blooded Southerners handled such who constantly endorses the things for th~t my. ~emory ts not w~at •t used to be. project being constructed by the United cases. which they stand and a Dr. Reinhold Nie· This. failmg was ernph~stze~ later when, States government for the Senegalese Sun . . buhr, who has been listed as a member of passmg .through a certam Cit~ enroute to Worshippers." But SI~Ce that time the waves _of thirteen organizations classified as Com- a speakmg engagement, 1 decJd_ed to d_r~p Well, felicitations to Elliott and his bride ;~~~~~~:nsho~~~einu~~~~f~g ~~fi~l~~ ~-uni~ fro~tt; by the Un-American Activ- ~!~ t;~t:l:~: :~d~;esno~: !~: ~i~n~i~~.v~~~ of Thursdayfif t~~y are still married when of people and the flood of racial prop· 1 1es ommJ ee. we emerge rom e press. a~anda has overflowed into the South Perhaps, after all, Fulbright is just an· with the result that thousands not only other Fair Dealer and that his exposure of tolerate but actually endorse Moscow. corruption in the RFC was merely on the insoired attempts to mix the whites theory that even a blind hog sometimes and negroes in one revolting and naus· finds an acorn. eating mass. We wouldn't know but we still think that --------- it was wholesome !.hat the American peo-. We Have labor Unions to pie learned t:lf the practices of the RFC Thank for Shoddy Products ::~st t~~ce~ ~~J:wou1~~t s:~~~Jc~0 r~~~t~~~: !~ sh~;~;Yandda~nf~;7::i~:~~u:t:m:~~!~ a:~ !~~ :~;{~~:~~~c~~t~~;u;~i~;s b:ii~~~::i:~y a?: off on them from automobiles to can open· 1---------­ersbut, apparently,theydonotgointo the cause of the lower quality goods which Bill Authorizing Free ~~~:e:.re forced to buy at greatly increased Groin to Indio Held Up It is all due to the Labor Union rules Information Is that even the most "lib-which govern the American economy and era!'' members of Congress who have fav­which have been in effect for the past ored some of the most atrocious measures eighteen years. ever to merit consideration in an accredit· !here wa.s a tim~ w~e.n a worker was :~ :~;~;:!~!it~:Y~f ~~ernf:~!~~g f~:!d g;:~~ ~aid ac~ordmg to his abi!Jty and the qual- to India whose leaders have given us a ~ty of h~s work but not _any ~ore. The most great big double cross in United Nations mexpenenced dab.bl.er IS paid at the same proceedings where double crossing is rou· rateasthe~ostf1mshedcraftsman,thanks tine. to Labor Umon monopoly, and any attempt by an employer to fire a man because of It is rumored that the bill authorizing the poor quality or his output brings down this wholesale gift of grain to a people the whole machinery of government in whose national debt is $12 per capita while Washington on his head and he is corn· ours is $1760 per head, may not get to pelled to give up and keep incompetents the floor of Congress for action soon. on his payroll. Cost of the grain which it is proposed There is 11'0 longer any incentive for a to send to India is $190,000,000; the cost laborer to do his best work and hasn't been 'Of de·mothing the ships in which to move since Roosevelt first started his "equaliz· it would set us back another $20,000,000, ing" or "levelling off" program, based on making a total of $210,000,000 which it the Soviet ideal and so long as Labor Un· would cost American taxpayers to send this ions are allowed to dominate, we cannot gift to a country where the fabulous wealth expect any improvement in the quality of of the moguls and princes runs into the the products otfered to American buyers. hundreds of millions. wec~:::t~~~:~:Yst;!~!h~t 1!~ed ~~ ~=~~v~~~ Larry Parks And :t e~:~ao~~;s,d~~:t:~~ !~!~~rn:;u~a!~eri~:: Sterling Hayden products began to fall apart at the seams, and buyers were f'Orced to take such mer· We think that Larry Parks and Sterling chandise as was offered them even though Hayden did the courageous and manly it might not last until they got it home. thing to do under the circumstances by admitting that they had been members of The Nation~! Econm~ic Council points ~~~~~o~t~~en~s:n~~:~ t~~~- ~~~~gin~~e~a~~ out that Amencans don t have to go broke lying or stalling as most Hollywood Reds and that we don't have to be forced into do slavery by the New Deal-Fair Deal·Socialist- · Communist crowd. ';It is now very late, Our preference, however, is still for but not too late to stop all this left wing those Americans who have never been trend.lt can be stopped by citizens them· tempted to join that fiendish assemblage selves if they care to take the trouble" of cutthroats and whose instinctive l'Ove warns this organization which is always in fol' their own country and its institutions the front line fight against Communism would have prevented them from falling and for Americanism. into any such trap. DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE pleaJ~~~~t;~ou:h=~~a~~~ ~~s::i~s~b~~::~~:~~~i::~~f~s~~:n~du!~e!: ~~~:~:~~a!~~ country with a blind and passionate devotion, above all others on earth. ~~~:~~ilf:~~~~:~e:o 'f~~eJ~~ t~:e!:~g;~~s~:~:r:tt':mc!t~!er:.~~af:;~t 0i~ gtohv; _We are convinced that those who founded this Republic fumed the grut· est 1nstrument for the government of men ever devised by human mind. ~;y.~=~~~:!n:~;~!~~=r~~::-i~;j~?~~~~~~:g c~ar~=t ·:~!th:, ·:ceh!~~si~~!~~!~ In our discussions of Shte and National issues, we shall show no more partiality to the Tycoons of Industry than we shall to the Czars of Labor. ~~~i:~:~~~~~ ~z~~!~~:i~~~;o::~·~E·~:::~!:c:J::~;db~ir:!~~.1~~i~~~:: !~~:!,~~!o~~ ~~~~:~g':'oc:!".e vicious counterpart currently administering the gov. The courage, integrity and patriotism which must be commanded if the :~-:~~~~~n!~sfo0:u1:v;d:r:i!~ ~::0~e :~~~~~-exclusively among representative~ of It must be drawn from that vut group of average Americans who aak nothingofgovernmentexceptthatitsecurethemintheirlnalienable right to work,touveand to keep a reasonable share ofthefruitt of their toll. big l~r •;~d a!:i:!i~~=ind~h.i;;:~~~it~!,;'~~e;~~eern~r:i~:e:n ~teb~~r~~sfi~e;~a~! :~w~~~ional administration is un-American, immoral and 1 flagrant abuse of majo~s::r~:~.'ical affiliations, we acknowledge allegiance to neither of the two As presently constituted, both are so shot through with radicalism as to render them incapable of resolving the serious problems confronting the R• public. tion ":7o:c:~o:~~:.~h~~~~~;d~:~o~~~~s10a~~e ::~~:fi::~~ j~d ~~~ri~!~s~=·~; fnoa~~;~•:f V:,~i:~e~a.'ra~r=~=~:~!e~~:"munistic influences from complete dom- We are opposed to the reckless squandering of the taxparers' money by incompetent, irresponsible and improvident public" officials and we contend thattaxesshouldbeleviedforpurposesofrevenueonlyandnottopunish the rich, reward the poor or redistribute the we.tlth, We are firmly committed to the principle of States Rights and we hold thatthepeopleofanyp~rtofthe Un1 1edStatnareentitledtomaintain their ~~n v~~~~al,:u:~~;;'.~uaa~: :h:~~~~:swii~h=~~~~.'arference from politicians seek· Weare unequivocally in favor of Free EnterpriH as opposed to govern­ment ownership of business and insist on the responsibility of every American to seek to improve his social and economic condition through Initiative, energy and thrift rather than leaning on the arm of government for support. Weconcedetoeverymantherighttoworkandtheopportunltyofproflt· ~~~::.mployment regardless of whether he does, or does not, belong to a labor On the other hand, we claim for the employer the irrevocable right to hireandfirehisemployeeswithout instructions from any government agency or intimidation by Federal Police. We feel that at this crucial time in history, it is imperative that new ... papersandothergroupsseekingtoinfluencepublicopinionshouldexert every effort within their power to help preserve our republican form of gov· ernment, our Free Enterprise system and American way of life. We shall exertallourenergiestothatend. These are the sentiments of the SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE and al· though ours may be only one small voice crying in the wilderness, we wilt fight for fundamental American principles, as we understand them, without apology to any man or stt of men, TH! SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI April, 1951 It Is GeHing So It One Person Opposed To Twenty- Readers And Friends of Southern Conservative Pays to Be lgnora nt Second Amendment. Guess Who! Delegated As "Circulation Managers" For "My Night" We have just discovered whal is wrong Almost without exception, the passage ll'ith us and why we have never gotten of the twenty-second a~endment to the True to our promise made sometime last year, we went ahead and pub· the breaks. Constit11tion of the Umted States which lished "My Night" in book form and it is now up to our readers to help with re:~c;e~eat~:~~ t:: :o~~eu:::;11w;:~~ ~: ~~~~~. :::; ::;·,~i~:~~~~ :s ~r~~~~~!o!oe !:~ ~~su~~·~~.]~~~~r!\r:.e regular publishers praise it to the skies but are ~fraid to to get things the hard wav and didn't have constructive ~ove m the public mterest. During the month it has been on sale, orders for it have come !rom such it so~t like you~g people· ~ow. ve~n~~:~=P~::b;~~s M;;~u~~:a:~or 0:0t0h~~ widely separated areas as to convince us that word of mouth advertising and Th1s obse1·vatton is inspned by t.he. r_e-_ office from 1933 during the balance of his the half page in the Southern Conservative are not bad publicity mediums. port o.f Senator Harry F. Byrd or Vu·gmla life was responsible for creating the senti­in_ whtch h~ reve~ls that the Govemme_nt ment which brought about the passage of AH' Fot·ce IS puttmg young women on 1ts the amendment. payroll at $2200.00 P~r- year and then ~ay- "I hate the admission that you have to ing the costs of trrumng them as typists pass a Jaw to restrict the rights or the 1nd stenographers. people to decide ror themselves" asserted No ITK)re old-fashioned employment prac- the occasional occupant o{ the White House tJces_ ?f hiring those already trained and during Roosevelt's long tenure of o!fice quahi1ed for the job; they catch them and who has never been known to fail to young and bring them U[J according to come up with her own peculiar interpre­new- fangled Washington standards, aU at tation or any and all issues before the U:xpayers' expense! American people 'l'hinking back to the de-ep., dim past "If the people had some one in ofiice when we got our first job, we realize now they could trust and on whom they could that we were the prize sap of the ages. rely, it would be easy in a Democracy even We not only went to business college and for them to want to be relieved of the re­tried to learn all the ropes in preparation sponsibility of selecting some one new," fo1·a business career, but we were so dumb she added with the self-confidence and as- Some o{ the towns and cities are: Chinese Camp, Cal.; WheeliJlg, W.Va.; Havana, Cuba; Jackson, Miss.; New York City; Austin; Jacksonville, Fla.; At~ lanta, Ga.; Tokio, Japan; Alta Lorna, CaL; Birming,ham, Ala.; Chicago; Los An­geles; New Orleans; Washington, D.C.; Minneapolis; Robinsonville, Miss.; San Mateo, N. M.; Richmond, Va.; Cimarron; N. M.; Gordonsville, Va.; Claremont, Cal.; Aledo, Texas; Dallas; Shreveport; St. Louis; Ruston, La.; New Braunfels, Tex.; Aiken, S. C.; Tomball, Tex.; Silver Springs, Maryland: Scottsdale, Ari­zona; Natchez, Miss.; Nashville, Tenn.; Tucson, Atiz.; Roswell. N. M.: 'l'ulsa; Houston; Montgomery. Ala.; Freeport, Tenn.: Wilmington. Del.; Santa Mon4 ica, CaL; Parshall, Colo.; Phoenixville, Pa.; Decatur, Ala.; Beau_mont, Tex.; Cortland, New York; Springfield, Mo.; Caden, Ala.; Raleigh, r\. C.; Nevada City, CaL; San Francisco; Boston; Memphis; San Antonio; Oakland; Reveret 1\-lass.; Handsboro, Miss.; Anniston, Ala.; Olean, N. Y.: Alhambra, Calif.; Evansvi11e, Jnd.; Portsmouth, N.H.; Vero Beach, Fla.; Syracuse, N.Y.: Mobile, Ala.; Oklahoma City; Lake Charles, La.; Lexington, Miss.; Pasadena, Cal.; Fort Smith, Ark.; Sapello, N. M.; Louisville, Ky.; Brownwood. Tex.; Seattle, Wash.; Front Royal, Va.; College Park, Ga.; Knoxville, Tenn.; San Jose, Calif.; Fort Worth and many others with each maiL and stupid and so deathly afraid of losing surance which she invariably displays in ThEt majority qf the orders have come from large cities like New York, our Iir~t job that we used to stay until regard to her own wisdom San Francisco, Washington, D.C., New Orleans, Fort Worth and other •Ieven and twelve o'clock at night, after There are only two things wrong with Metropolitan centers but many of them have come from towns and villages :.::~-~n:;~n:;;e n:~s~/:;:nh:~:~~t>~nb~i~~~= ~:~ .s~~:::~!~c~~-. !~: i~~!e ~~=~dt:~~c:: so small that they are not listed on the map. 11Votdd send chills of fear up and down our "the people" did not select her husband for Book stores are beginning to stock the book and last week orders were Jpine, and beat the heck out of the type- four terms. He arranged his own nomina- received from two large concerns in Birmingham, Alabama, one in Rich­'\ IVI'iter trying to work up more and more tion and got himself elected through the mond, Virginia, two in Austin, one in Fort \Vorth and one in Shreveport 1peed so some one else would not ba1·ge national political machine which he set and we feel it won't be long before it will be possible to buy 11My Night" jn and pry us loose from our $1000 a year up with millions of g:O\'ernment employes in many of the larger cities. pri7.e. and their families, £inanced by the tax4 Eastern publishers who had discussed the matter with us, and even had The stork certainly played • dirty trick payen' mon~y, and if ~~e were living now us hold up publication while they deliberated, decided not to handle it for on us by not waiting to deposit lis on this he ~ould still be _presJden~. by the ~race obvious reasons and so we are having to depend on the readers of the terrestrial sphere during the sort period of his eorrupt. nahonal pohhcal machme. Southern Conservative to push its sale. in Ci\'ilization when the govet·mnent fiUb- :~iz=in~n~:n~~::Eerienci! and pays them They Allow Guys Like themB~s~~~[:=~~ ~~~~ee~na;!r~2~~~~ler:~3\vne~~~~~t!h~s~r:~ofi':!sept~os~~~ --...,.--------- This to Run At Large hundred copies. UMT Senate Bill Confers ~to~i:sai=c~:~~o~~:g~~~:;:e:ho, for have ~~~ef:~~\:~~o~;t~~fm~~~~a~:~u~u~~!r t~t c!=~sef!d~~~t~~~~.:h:~~ti~~ More Power on President purposes of' identi{ication, is listed as • that those who have read the book like it and want others to enjoy it. Democrat in the Congressional Directory, "My Night" will not only provide amusing 1·eading but is, in our opinion, Speaking of the so-called Univenal Mili- has just introduced a bill under which not a much-nee;ded protest against some pretty high-handed attempts during tary Training bill whieh has passed the only all native Americans but aliens who the past ten or twelve years to Socialize the younger generation, by means Senate but which was re-vamped in have been he1-e ten yens, would receive of newspaper columns, radio, television, lectures, and personal example. the House, Honorable Ralph W. Guinu. con- a one hundred dollar per month pension l------------------- ::::~~~ni!r:mc:.::u::~-!1 c:t~:=:t t~:tg~~= onT~~:c~~';!r~~~;:re ~~~~\:~::~=~ was pre- Many Americans Mourn ously it i~, an attempt at th~ impossible the preside.nt power to operate. ~he mach- sented as an amendment to the Social Passin of Vandenberg feat of_ a l~opa:d .~hangmg h1s spots and ~':~.for CIVilian, u welt 111 m•htary, pur- ~u:::n~;~. ~:i~~3;•:n~dO:~~h d~~~~;~~ News ~f the death of ~enator ~4 an :h•t: h:s::~~ Council or Christian vo:!:• .~:,~~~-~!~r do~ :;: ::r b~h~~,~~; "~n;:; ~~1'p:o~;~~::.o:~;>;o~~:~~;; who ~i~i~n v;~:er~~:f!e:tw~:~ ~~:per~~ ~~~::=~n~n ,:;~:~~~~io,~.~~:'.:~'~i::o~~ into military training" Mr Guinn <:barged. are not ah·eady here could come trooping ~et b) Amencans througho~t the na pomts out, the old orgamzat1on went un­'' They are to be forc~d inlo 'nalional serv- over, build up a back41og o£ one decade and }~0 ~t 'fho f;;ve t~c~ed ~h~f:~ ~erground ~Y z:nerging wi~ a dozen other ~~:~s~_me;;~~t .. as HiUer fot~ his 'youth :~:n .:r~:e: !7t":i::u~:r ~~~i~~stf:: !~:~ 3 1 jds. or_ .e a a s ove ~:~:de~~~:i:~~on~~u::i~n~;s c~::ce:es t~~ Mr ~:inn ~inted out that the Senate art~ries to harden. edT~: ~~~~;feas~:~n~~or g~!~ ~~:~:; Christ in ~e USA." ~i~~ c:;t:~~:n~~ew~~:w:;:: ~:ui~s '!e::i~~a~ re:~~c~n !~~;:?:~~l~:.·:or~~-~~0 ~! t:~ =~~~~~~~d h~:r::~nd1::Jon~~~~ie~: ~as8~~~e~d~~t~!f :~fst!~:e~::~~~~~o~:~!~ binding when interpreting a law: . . i~~~st P:::~~! f~fu~~~· t~~uliax~a~;~~~~b:o~~~ i~ a favor of global thinking and ac4 ~~~ ::~~~g g:~~:~ti:~sc:~:;~e~~:: ~~~~e~! du·:;oonfg~~l~ci~~~t::l~od:C~:;; it:astu~~'.~~r::~~ o:!~ ~~~e :~at7svya ~fu~:l~~~i;~O~·:o ly~; tlO~bose wh~ knew him b~st fel~. h?W· ~;~~:h:td w;~~=~~l ~::~~l:of the stalwarts ~~~~ f:;·e~~~:ili:~~m·~:r ~~::;ta;~u~~;~:~~ :~ iwenty one billion, six hundred million ~i~~· :~~!1c\~o~~~~~d~~i~~ ~~s ,~ft~~ _Dr. Harry Emer.son Fosdick: "I do not !~:··d:~:~~::~i~~io~s. ~it.iz:~~: l:{ p~o!~~= ~;!~~s i~o~:oa~:~ !~i~~~ ~~c~h:ep:S~~~~ ~~ hi~r~~~~s~c~:~sh~o~al~k~~~e~a~;do:::: ~~~~;:e~n d~tr~!:g~f b~~ :~~-~~::: :~~ a continuing flow of personnel recently th•s legislation . ~epub~cans who embraced New_ Deal I do .~ot know any mtelhgent mm1ster who !'"~:i~:~ ~ad:o~::rv~~~h;~~~t t~~dm~ti~~~; Thomas Jefferson once ~ai~ that he ~~~~;~:Je~/~~:e;:i~osn~{ ;~ft~g~~~CZ: doe~r. Bens~n Y .. La_nd~: '?'h~ co~rate •md 'civilian' needs of the nation." doubted whether even a hmtted Fed4 bitions but was in keeping with what form of busmess _mshtuhon ts 1tseU mher-to This bill w~~ld 1 give_th\president power IT:fteg:;~~f~~~tih~u~i~=~ ~~:ta~~~~~ ~f ~fs"~ig~~~~y to be the best interests en~r.u~e~::~t;c-;ones: "A combination •• ~:rr:o:u~old~ P~::; 0~:r ~~~e~n;~~ as the situation among savage Indians His passing. is expected to make of individualism and collecti_v~sm will_ gi~e five hundred other agencies with no prac- where there was no government at all. way for the appointment of a left· us what we need-unle~s spmtua~ urut~ IS :~· c:~~ol by Congress over him, Mr. :~~~=r ;~~~~~:;~u~~t~a&;~~li~i~~J r~~gS~~'reOCr!t kt:e~r:: !t:h pl~~e p~ f~u;~dg:~o a;i:::s~'?mlc and SOCial umty, mn •eves. power. - litical view~ of the governor oi Mich- Dr. Ivan_ Lee Holt: (~rom The Dai~y --------- ----------ligan who will make the selection. Worker, offtcial Commumst newspaper m Falla Get• Reader'• While we think of it, what is the cur- the United States) "Dr. Holt defended the Sympathy ~:~i~~t:~~sU~it~~r~fat~~i?!~~;,~r ~~ THE LEOPARD CANNOT ~;;i~i~:i;nt::o~c~!~~~~h~eo~e~!:re:r~~e~~ for years? Can it be possible that we CHANGE HIS SPOTS mat in Russia 'was the establishment of a Little Falla is rather tough will have to give up and admit that As we have pointed out many times be- bette~ life' ... " But even he finally got enough this vicious Communist is larger and fore, the new National Council of Churches B1shop G. Bromley Oxnam: "The com- Of Eleanor's column called "My Day" more powerful than the government is theoretically a new organization but. as mon faith must come to live in the prac- And so he up and ran away. of the United States? a matter of fact, it is a continuation of the tices that make for brotherhood, the co- His mistress found the poor old pup old Federal Council of Churches of Christ operative spirit must supplant competitive And with a rope she tied him up. Any person who is willing to re- in America which was disbanded following struggle; the objective of social endeavor Too bad, too bad, but let us hope nounce their loyalty to the United widespread critclsm of its Socialistic pol- must shift from profit-making to person- 'l'hat he is able to gnaw the rotxt States and place their allegiance in a icies. . ality-making." Until the day that he is free world government, as against their Thts is proved by the fact that m~st of We doubt if any stronger statement in Poor Falla has our sympathy. own country, is a traitor and should be the leadership of the Federal Council has behalf of Socialistic policies could be made -Contributed by a reader. dealt with as such. been transferred to the new group. Obvi- by any persons or group. Aprlf, !951 THI! SOUTHERN CONSERYATIVI Pago 7 ··MY NIGDT~~ ... IN BOOK FORM !Jj now 0/1 :lite P.rejj! The first edition of "ltl'f Night'' in boolt form has been printed tntd " liJnited number is noav ffVIfiluble to our t•euders. This book is intended to point up and protest, by means of ridicule, the eternal and unceas­ing attempts of Radicals with an ingrained love of alien ideologies, to tear dawn American traditions, institutions and customs and to re-shape our policies of government and social practices to conform to Socialist doctrine. 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Regents Okay Alleged President Gives Out MY NIGHT With Another Socialistic Professor Shocking Statement By the Ed;tor A t b ted comm1ttee Last night I atlended a i!pecial called se~sion of the Divisicm of Group Thinking of of t~e \~:ar~ 0~ ~:;:~ts ot the Univer· th:~:t:::~:::n:ssi:rt~:~d!~:~ c:~:r:~:~:~ ~n:i:~;~~~.ated Countries of which Madam El Curry Hash f){ Tin-Dust-Pan, India, is sity o( Texas has given the benefit of power to declare war has become obsolete The discussions were extremely interesting and raised ~~=c~?~;t5t~e~al~:~e=~~r ~~:r~~~e;it~ through disuse. . ~~a~~n~o:rt~t:~;~~~g:;e~~o:~:~ta:~:;hfa~ef~~l u~~~~~:::io~:~; keep him on the payroll. By the same token, he m1ght also say overlooking some phase of human welfare which it is our r• no~~~~~vea~t ~~ ~ne:~~"fh:v~~mt::rsa~f :~:t .~~a~~=~~ ::a~ei~te=:~tyb:c11o,;e o~~;~e;! ;~:~s~~i~~f ::e i;~~~: :~ ;,~;r)~::~~~r:7:Ct~~ !~rl~~e general the Committee in advance of any in· for It .)las certamly been m disuse for I have always b(>en particulal"ly interested in the work of vestigation that the professor would t he past eighteen ;vears. th• Division of Group Thinking for it has always seemed to me not be fired. foolish and such a useless waste of time, efiort and energy for ini~e ~~;::~ig:iio:e;raess~~i~~1v~o~a~: sa~:~u f:~:n!h~n w:~~~s:C~~~e:~ t:: c~~~~: :~gtotoco~~:~e at:: ~~~iq:sat~:d~~:u:~!i·~:!:~~u!io:d:~~~t;~~~ shall Bell of San Antonio that Clar· menb~i the work of the Southe~ Con- more effective plan of masa deliberation and action. ence E. Ayers, Economics professor at servat.lVe. Well, a~ least we are whtte, but This can only be accomplished, of course, th1·ough such agencie1 as Amalgamated the University had denounced the sys- sometime• we don t have much hope. Countries whe1·e highly qualified experts can 10 much more efficiently perform thia tern a[ free enterprise as "decadent" -------- -1 function than one could hope to do for oneself. ~;:Ch?~;. advocated Soc~lism in his m:;,~~.n~~t~ i~n~~i::~ :~~~~~:~~~0~~=:~: whic~h:ee~ls:~0~0 '::: ~;~~:~o~n~e:;:~~: i~ v~:~Y0;~!e hr:~~~=;t ~~:~~c!~~ :~1~.~:!~ We do not know the' professor in er goovernments with limited authority. color&, r eligions and shades of political belief were repret;ented. ~~e~:~; t~~t ~~tkse ~r~~~u~r~k e~~d "Jt il foolish for the Washington gang One dissenting note was injeeied, however, by a Ml'. Jewel Fisher, a r epresentative known as Economics teachers in var· to claim that their plans are progressive of the Coral Sea Pearl Divers Union who bitterly denounced a proposed resolution ious universities who have been train- and liberal. The government which we now demanding shorter hours and more favorable working conditions for beachcombers M ed in the fine art of imparting Social· have is reactionary, obsolete and archaic Southeastern Samoa. istic and Communistic theories to stu. and goes back to, and has adopted the Mr. Fisher'• objedions were offered on the fl"'Ound that this aroup ii unorganiud dents in their classes and then wig- identical plan of the Roman Emperor Dio- and that they ha\'e re~oisted all efforts of Union agents to set up a Local among mem. gling out of it and proving that they cletian who regimented, regulated and gov- bers of that profession. didn't say it when forced into an in· erned the Roman Empire out of Existence," vestigation. It is all part of their says a Texas attorney and a Ieng-time stu- At this point Madam El Cw·ry Hash yielded the gnel to me with the $uggution special technique. dent of the governmental systems of the that perhaps I might be able to bring the eonllicting elem•nts together on a basis of Any way, we think that Representa- world. common underetanding. tive Bell who is intelligent and alert . . . This I was fortunately able to do by pointing out to Mr. Fisher and his group ihat to subversive practices o.n the part "The Com~uttee unantmously fmds that point four, section seven, article eleven of the charttr under which Amalgamated of those who would destroy our form the Commumst Party o_f the United States Countries was .11et up provides that no world aovernment relief funds shall ever, of government is much more likely is an a~ent_ of t?e Sovtet a:overnm~nt and under any circumstances, be paid out to a citizen of any eountey who does not curT to be right than those of the com- its totahtanan dtctator, Joseph St~hn. The a card snowing member.oship in a labor union. ~~\te~~f~1~e rh~~~f~: trh~fr Pr:v~~ti;!: ~~7nm~~e:e!~:~sa t~~~~~~icc;:l~~~;s~:r~;~;: With harmony restored the meeting was able to 1·esume the routine subjectlllsted tion. - California Un-American Activities Report on the agenda foL' consideration at that particular 11ession. "-MY NIGHT" COLUMNS whic~h;::e;~~~dd~~e •f:c~n~~:: ~!~~~!o: c~~~~:a~:!::stb;n:lla ~!~:~easb~r:;~~~a:in~ In the book uMy Night", sev&a1 advance columns .were included, in the problems confrontine the people of the United State~~; .and those facint the which had not yet appeared in the paper. For the benefit of th<!Se who citizens of the Ottoman Empire. ~~~~~i~~e~: ~~u~atis~a~~t~~~~hh~~tilnt~e;a~!:et ~eb~~~k~S:d. will have (Copyri&bt 19M by Ida M. Darden) r.,. a THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI April,"" Maybe They'll Invite Diogenes Can Now Lay Television Does Its Bit In Sheepskin Will Shield Harold Ickes Next Time Down His Lantern "Educating" the People Students From Bullets Evidently the rn::~npower shortage One of the things we have neither the . . . . exte~ds over into the field of public son :rog:~~g~~~~~o~l\~-Y~~P~~~~fd ~~~t; 00°~g~~!ii~;e1:o~~~ ay~~:vii~o:~:~ th~~~~~::e~~~~:~~~l aadd;~~~~~r!~i:1~! spea ers. to us to be a confirmed New Deal· white and black performers are scrambled a normal American with commo~ Otherwise, it is difficult to under- ~air Deal _follower, has broken ranks up lik~ an om~let In deference to Governor sense has been almost as rare as a :i~~~l~~~y ~~~~i~:~~d~~~e~u~;e~0~11~~ ~~~w~=~i~~~~ ~~o!f~~l~~~~i~~g=~d~~.::. D;e:::u:~f~~:::e:~:~ 1:~·nessed one of whooping crane. ~embers of the S~tD~eme Court of thmg little short of high treason. the offerings which, through some over· Accordingly, the American people 'lexas should have P'VIted J. Howard He quit a government job there sight, proved to be an all·white cast but have learned to expect the ultimate in ltfcGrath to address th~m. which paid him a good salary and an the. pink tint ~f .the script probably ex· blundering idiocy when these lett· ad~7~is~~~~fo;a~r~g~ o:o~~i~c~~~~~~ ~:~:;s~'oaf~f~i~rt ~a~~~~~~o~erisdaJr~f~: ~~a~nf~~~ht~e o;;~;~::l.of actors of deeper wing intellec.tuals get. their heads .to· the Texas Tidelands c1ivided his speech ing in a sea of confusion, inefficiency, It was one of those question and answer get~er and gtve out With an Executive about equally betwe'='n a defense of waste and extravagance". affairs which have become popularized by rulmg. the Federal goverPmP,t in aopropriat- We don't know where he has been characters claiming the powers of human But even the most case-hardened ing state oropertv in violation of moral all this time that he didn't know this oracles in which the performers give the was totally unprepared for the cock­and legal provic;innc; and in criticising but if he had just asked us before .he "answers" to rigged questions and slant eyed order delivered straight from the tho.se who are fiahti11f1' subversion and went up there we could have told him their replies according to accepted party horse's mouth by Harry Truman ¥%d~~alt~o~~~~~~~~;~~i~tl~;~cTs~~~ and saved hin{ the expense of the trip. ~~~~ :;'~~ ~~;tet:i~~n:~~·:e~~i.on and educa- ~~~~e o~i~i~iai~:~il~;\~~d :A~r~r~:; persons as "d~maan"ll ~S w.ho J?OSe as It .seems that his case was alon~ One of the perrormers was a former sections of equine anatomy. ~~~~~~;rfo a;~~f~~P.u.,·A~~~r1[:;~~t~n~~ iro~ ~~~e~! ~~~d~~~r~~:;;~~~;~v;f:e~.1~ sec.ond-strin.g. mo.vie .actress whose chief This ruling was, in effect, that a col­democratic free~o~~"·. . !~~t!~u~~i~~t r::~~~u;r~~t~~l~s11 nf~e~~ ~~;~d t: :~~!~n~~~; ~; ~h~to~~~ou:a~:t~~: ~~~~g:r~~"}~01~r~l~~!r:"se~~;~~n=~~ cli~c~he~~t~~1 t;~~e ~;:r:~1y ;~~h C~~~ ~i?,~~t~~ulT:~t'~xb~~v:i~~~r ~~~so~~ee~~; ~~n~aln~;;~~;:/o~o~~~~~~th~h.::~s ~~:::: ~~~fc~) ~a~~ed~~t;~:~f~:~e~·~rd as the ntumsts. 111 Texa~. consulted him about anything duri.,g ~~: :a:~~~e1: ~~:h~eea~t~~~o~h~is:enrot::~ Students whose grades are in the We dtsag~ee w1th the Attorney Gen- ~he twelve we.eks he was there, he a couple of others or similar radical views. higher brackets may continue with eral and ~Iam1 ~hat ne does not know JUSt up and QUit. Robert M. Hutchins . rormer Chancellor their .studies while t~ose who are low what he lS talkt.ng ~l-tnut. What a wonderful break it would be or the University of 'chicago and whose n:en In an IQ test .wtll go ou.t ~n the There is no way to know how many f~r the taxpayers if the sensible ac- partiality for Communists in the teaching field of ~?ttle to ftg~t and dte m the Communists there are in Texas or any bon o~ Mr. Thompson could be par- profession has been emphasized times cause of democracy . other State f~r the H'le between ac- layed mto a mass movement .on ~l'Je without number, was extolled to the skies In other words, a President whose ~~~~e C~~Z~~~~fr~rt~,h~e~~~er:id~~~ E~~:a~f t~h~g~n ~~~r ~;:er~~~~tgjd~~ ~:n a K~~~=!~~ ;~:sem;:;:a;:n!~~ ~~~eri~~~: ~~~is~a~x~r~~~~~f:~r~~s t~!es~a~~~~ee~ 1nd abetting Communism is too fine If this could be worked up, it would i~m in derendlng the citizen's constitutional wealth pattern of the Soviet Repub~ic, llld ephemeral to rn~1!::e an ~ccurate provide an exodus like that of the nghts under our form of gover~me~t has backs .a~vay from the "democratic" taunt. In our book anv nerson IS worse Israelites out of Egypt. won her the respect and adm1rahon of proposthon that Americans must t~:!~i~io~~f~e~~ra';~~o f~~f:~~~,t~~ In the meantime, we suggest that ~:~rypll~~~~~h~:k~ngch~:;rop~b:~it~~=~~:a; share-the·danger in time of war. Communists and a<:<:~ils good Amerj- the revolutionary remarks o.f the ex- who "rides a broom up in Connecticut" and And the chief breast·beater against cans for trying to exnose them. governor as he left Washington should who "refuses to abide by the laws or her "discrimination" now proooses the ----------I rank somewhere between the Fare- country." most pronounced form of discrimina- Bishop Fi~f,'·~ Hitler ~o~~~:g~r:;:b~~g":~~~i;h~ton and Lin- ~e s~ript for the per~ormance was .not ~~~de~~~i~~tb~h:v~=f~ri~: :f hl::;:~ ,.. . • "I refuse to accept salary and ex- ~;~~~: s~~fif:;c:h: ~:~Iyltw::~e~o~u~dil:e~ ~~~ youths in favor of the fortunate But leaves · "olin Be pensemoneyfromthetaxpayerswhen had been submitted to these two sources · . . I am rendering no public service. I for approval, we ·venture the suggestion . Personally, we suggest that 1f there ~t .Methodism's R_nuth C~ntral Jur- am resigning and returning to my the.t tt would have passed muster without 1s. any . remote danger that. these ~~kr:~~~~~ ;~~:;~~t1 ;_~<:h~;~\~:nR~:e r~~: !np~ra~~~=t~fl G;t~re~\~·an It:~~~~~ ch;r~:i:~sa aw;~! :::P:~n:~ television's at. ~~~\f:!~~~e~~~;:r~-t~~~~~:st~~~~;_d~r~~ ~~It~:d~~a~o~~~;n~~:;r J~~~~~{e~t ~j ers • tempt~.:.o lt"fo[rn~ an~henlight~~ :h: pu~l.ic ~~d~~~i£~:~~~~n~0\00~1~u~et~~\~~~~~~~ Christ in America """de a bitter at- on .~1° 1 lca a airs, en we a e Pam interests of the country to send th~.m ~~~~s o~~~:.dr~: ~~u;;,;at~~=~t ~( c~i; Communism vam a. ~~a~':n~~~~~~~":o ~\:e"i~~~b~~ aa~;[~~~ lain groups. Scores Two Segregation Is the Only a wall and shoot them. of -r::~~reh~:i~~o ~;i~or;~~~~f.~~s ~;!:~~~ More Victories. Sane Answer to "Problem" wh~[h;;r~;.n;~t r~;~~~~~e~~~~?~r1~:e"i. ~7~tal~~"!·h~r~at~;~;,"lgst!n" 0~ c~r~ Ca;~~~~e:o~!dthr~~~~r;r:~t~~~~o~~~ 1 soc~a~ e~u~~!Y 1!~~gP:t~:~d:f ~~~chsf~~~ ~~~t~!i~n~~~;t~~~ht~f1~a~~fnb~~te~~~~ rent headaches. groes to thetr tradtbonally whtte pro- aunc. e a 1 . the race. • fessional and graduate schools when to sbr up trouble and d1s~ontent. among . This seemed pas~m~ strange to us courses requested are not provided in the Negroes of the South m the mterest When the outraged mothers of thts until we looked him t"l in the record the state's Negro colleges. of spreading Communism, is gradually be- nation who have sons without college put .o~t by the AmP .. :can Coun~il of State Representative way 1 and coming recognized for what i~ is and ma~y degre~s get through with. him, ot;r ~~~~~~~::Jt ~J;~e~h~;t '~~di~sonSh~:~~o!~ ftf:~ilih:tarrhe~r thaect~~1~ve,~~~yd a~~huo:; ~~:. ~~:e b~:~~~~ro:;. been act1ve along th1s f:e~sfi~~ ~ho~~~h!i~n~~ r~~~~fn h: h~~~ having been a mewh.:.r of four dif· bloodshed but Red influences which On the other hand, many forces are ac- and pull it in after him. ferent or~anizations which have been are being exerted to get this action tively aiding this movement and joining I----~----- ~~~~~dA%;nfe;~~C~:::~u~~st£~~;:;~~- \~o"~tr~~~ht~"~e8~~::.c~~~e evidently ~: =~~~~~~:!:;';~~~,;h,~ ~:':d!~;\~h~;t:. It's All A Question of pr~~~~~~~~:r~1~~~~r~~~i:~ot~~eB}~m~~:~ Co~~tt~~ ::~pee!~~~nth~a~P~~~i~i:~~cJ od~o outstanding orfenders against public Whose Ox Is Gored ~~nN~~r~~~~ation" known as the Unit- ;~~ t~=U~11 j~erf~~~{J c:~~or~l:de~0!d :~~:n~a::~~n:or~li~ha~~a~ioC:a~pl:ir~~~:~:~ The hand of senator Joseph c. O'Mahoney . . e~ghteen teachers who had. ref~se~ to both of wh1ch have enJoyed the conr1dence of Wyoming who is trying to aid the ad- Beutg slightly slow on the uptake, stgn an oath to uphold the mstttuhons and patronage of the American public for ministration in getting away with the theft we are n?t y_et able to figure out how ?f their own country returned to t~eir hall a century. of the Texas Tidelands, was neatly called an or~amz~tiOn se~ U"l largely .bY AI- Jo.bs, pre~umably to teach Commumsm Within the past several months both of by the Attorney General of Tex:as recently. ger Hrss, wtth Russta as a parttctpating Without mterference from school au- them have carried illustrated articles pic- . member and which refuses to open thorities in future. turing white people and Negroes grouped The Wyoming Sena~or i~ opposmg the ih deliberations with prayer out of together in such disgusting intimacy as to passage of a quit cla1m b11l by Congress respect to Stalin's atheism could, by gag a buzzard. ~hich would return the property to Texas, any ~tretch or intPrnretation of the No Ti1ne To Read No one single movement in thP history 1ts legal owner. ~C*~~i~~ia~'~.guage, be referred to as pr~pe~~mtn~e~~eJ"::::~s:~:o~:~ ~~;~~~ ~el:h:rg:~~~!d '::h:~shl:a;in::::d ~:nth~~ sit~~~:ny:~~ ::ot=ioc~!~~ ~:;:a~o~i:il:~ Perhaps the Bishop Is using the of women who explain their lack or knowl- particular typ~ ot foreign propaganda nor course, t?ok t~e o~po~ite position ~nd voted term in the modern "ense which has edge of the confused State of the Union been so read1ly accepted by the suckers for a QUit clatm bill m favor or h1s State. rr~g:~f~~e;~i~~i~l~~e o~i~~eo~~~:le o\e~~~: ~:a;~e ground that the)' have no time to :~: !~~~se;,ho have swallowed it hook, line th~ts~~~~~~m6o:~ic;o~:n~e~cl~~~~t:~a~::t flee, but. has to do solely with "political "With thei.r sons overseas giving their Th~re is only one answer to the race Wyoming declaring the United States to be and soctal action". lives for the1r country, they are t?o ~~sy ques!10n in the South. which has .been em- the owner of valuable oil land in that State. ---------- ~~ 1~!~:matth~:~:~.~e:h~sb~~~i;~:~t ~~:i~~~ ~~::~z~~e~iedco:~~~~s~te%~P~~~~e;s n:~~ O'Mahoney then authored a bill in Con· History has proved that when a ian states but adds that she thinks it is not exlsted and that is to continue with abso-- gre.ss quitclaiming this section ot land to government collects more than 25% lack of time but just stupidity which p~e- lute and complete segregation which has Wyoming just as Texas officials are now ~.!~1s ~e0oJ~e;d ~~fC:.~· d~~~:u~~~~1~n- ~:r~~t :~e;:ei~~~ve~~:~:~~~g a proper m- ~~:~;! ;i~~~ o~~: ~:;: 0~n~hew~~~~1b~a~~o- ~;!i~g ~~~~t~~e0~~~~~a8~ds, and which the
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